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Students use geometry, problem-solving skills to build bridges

Math Education SmartBrief | Apr 29, 2015

Some algebra students at a Kentucky high school recently used their geometry and problem-solving skills to compete in a bridge-building contest. Students designed the bridges and built scale models for the competition. News-Democrat & Leader (Russellville, Ky.) (04/27)


Study: Students at standing desks stay on task

Math Education SmartBrief | Apr 29, 2015

Lemonade Day offers real-world math, business lessons

Math Education SmartBrief | Apr 30, 2015

Md. school finds success with math awareness month

Math Education SmartBrief | May 05, 2015

How should schools serve "accelerated" students?

Math Education SmartBrief | Apr 30, 2015

Designing board games teaches students about math, life

Math Education SmartBrief | May 04, 2015

Math project helps students make global connections

Math Education SmartBrief | May 04, 2015

Cross-grade math class benefits Wyo. school's students

Math Education SmartBrief | Apr 29, 2015

5th-grade classroom community teaches financial literacy

Math Education SmartBrief | Apr 30, 2015

Technology helps students "learn by teaching"

Math Education SmartBrief | Apr 30, 2015


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